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Socceroos stalwart Mark Milligan insists all focus is on the FIFA Confederations Cup despite transfer speculation dominating talk ahead of the tournament in Russia.
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17 Jun 2017 - 7:29 AM  UPDATED 17 Jun 2017 - 7:29 AM

Aaron Mooy is on the verge of smashing the Australian transfer record, Mat Ryan is off to English Premier League newcomers Brighton and James Troisi could join him.

There's plenty of talk about big-money moves for several Australian stars in Russia for the Confederations Cup but none within the camp itself.

Mark Milligan - another likely mover during the off-season - says the Socceroos are laser-focused on producing their best at the tournament and aren't not thinking about their futures.

Milligan is out of contract after two years at UAE club Baniyas and confirmed there were "a few things happening" behind the scenes to sort out his club future.

"I've not made a decision on anything," he said in Sochi.

"It's more important I do well here.

"I leave it in the hands of the gods ... if I do well here and I'm playing, one of those things will decide for me."

He backed away from rumours Kevin Muscat - who is with the team as a guest assistant coach - was poised to bring him back to Melbourne Victory.

"It's nice to see Musky. I haven't seen him for a little while," he said

"There's no option at the moment. The only connection there is I used to play for them. People get a bit excited."

Mooy has been mooted for a $16.8 million move to Huddersfield Town from Manchester City.

The 26-year-old spent the season on loan with the Terriers, helping them gain promotion to the Premier League.

On Friday, his agent Paddy Dominguez confirmed Mooy was yet to put pen to paper on any deal.

Milligan said the prospect of Mooy making one - if not the - richest transfer in Australian history would be just reward.

"I've been fortunate enough to see his talent for a long time," Milligan said.

"It's wonderful for him but I know he's fully focused on the three games here and first and foremost Monday (against Germany).

"It's a different beat when you come into national team. Everyone has different things going on.

"We just want to make sure we achieve what we can."

Ryan's move to Brighton and Hove Albion was confirmed on Saturday (AEST). Troisi has also been linked to the recently promoted side.

Socceroos winger Robbie Kruse is also out of contract and seeking a new club home.